Kenagh April 29

TIDY TOWNS are having a Scrap Saturday on April 30 from 10am to 1pm in Harrison’s Yard. We are looking for scrap metal, in particular old ranges (cookers), gates, farm machinery etc (no fridges). It’s a good way of recycling and making a few euros for Tidy Towns Effort. We will pick up items on request. Contact 087-6270358.

TIDY TOWNS are having a Scrap Saturday on April 30 from 10am to 1pm in Harrison’s Yard. We are looking for scrap metal, in particular old ranges (cookers), gates, farm machinery etc (no fridges). It’s a good way of recycling and making a few euros for Tidy Towns Effort. We will pick up items on request. Contact 087-6270358.

CASA

would like to thank all those who have given so generously to our recent church gate collection. Your support is greatly appreciated. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all those who gave so generously of their time to collect for us on the Saturday and Sunday.

HARVEST FESTIVAL MEETING

There will be a very important meeting of Longford Harvest Festival Committee on Friday May 6 in the El Paso, Kenagh at 9.30pm. As this is the first meeting for 2011 it is very important that all members should attend. New members are very welcome. The oats crop which was planted in Rathcline over the past month is doing very well and hopefully will be ready for the next festival in early September. All those wishing to take part in the festival or to have displays or exhibitions are asked to contact committee members as soon as possible.

GAA

Congratulations to Longford Senior team who had a very good victory over Roscommon in the final of Division Four at Croke Park last Saturday evening. Many Kenagh supporters attended the game and no doubt were happy with the result.

PROGRESSIVE 25

Winners in St Dominic’s Centre last Thursday night were Dan and Tom 11 games they win forty euro, Niall and Liz 10 games they win thirty euro. Table prizes Mark and Noreen, Peter and Brendan, 20e each. Raffle Larry Grouden, Ivan Jones, Peter Donlon and Dan Cox, all get ten euro each. Play starts at 9.30 next Thursday night.

PITCH DEVELOPMENT

Good progress is being made with the present development work at Kenagh GAA pitch. the first phase is now almost complete. Trees have been removed to make room for the new track around the outer pitch. When finished the track can be used by local people for walking or jogging all year round as the facility will be lit for the benefit of users. It can also be used for serious training by all those wishing to keep fit. The track will be available for use by all members of the community. thanks to the local club for this very welcome development.

DEATHS

We offer our sincere sympathy to the McCord families and extended families of Moydow and Derrymore on the death of thier mother Margaret McCord ‘Glebe House’, Moydow who died in her 103rd year on Saturday April 23. She will be removed to St. George’s Church Kenagh on this Monday for Funeral Service and will be buried afterwards in Moydow Cemetery.

We also extend our sympathy to Kitty Bard, Ballymahon on the death of her sister Francie which occured at the Midlands Regional Hospital, Mullingar on Saturday Apri l 23. She will be buried in Ballymore Cemetery after Funeral Mass in St. Matthew’s Church on Monday, April 25. May they both rest in peace.

SYMPATHY

Sympathy is also extended to John Byrne Abbeyderg and James Byrne Glanmore on the death of their aunt Lily Ryan formerly Byrne, sister of the late John and James. She died recently in Co. Kildare.